Originally Posted by Gene
I understand your point. It's expensive repair but there are no any other choices. In order to fix the problem you have to replace both parts. It is pretty standard procedure in such situation. Unless GE will take of it. Try to call them.
Now I am totally confused. Are there any specs on the voltage outputs at the plug-in to verify the motherboard? I've always tried not to throw expesive parts at a problem without verifying a fault. Although, when I cut out the motor I will test the resistance and report back to you for future reference. the motor was $30 or so. Thanks.